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    Andrew, Will do once the stone is in hand. ...

    Andrew,

    Will do once the stone is in hand.

    ken
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    Andrew, Thanks for the link. I ordered one and...

    Andrew,

    Thanks for the link. I ordered one and will see how close it is to my Pike Lilly White once in hand.

    ken
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    Diamond plate rougher than oil stone? Short...

    Diamond plate rougher than oil stone?
    Short answer: Yes they are.

    Somewhat longer answer: It is a factor of the shape of the cutting grit. Diamonds and for that matter most man made stones leave...
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    Add me to the glue scrapping list. The 80 is a...

    Add me to the glue scrapping list. The 80 is a great tool, I use it to scrape glue both glue lines and squeeze out. Because I mostly use hide glue and clean as I go where it really shines is cleaning...
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    Stew, Funny this thread, from my earlier reply...

    Stew,

    Funny this thread, from my earlier reply "...I hope to go to the grave with never again using sheet goods on a project...", I must be pushing daisies today.

    Too long a story for all the...
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    Great advice Ken. Thanks William, ...

    Great advice Ken.[/QUOTE]

    Thanks William,

    ken
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    Fred, LMAO. Thanks but I expect he would not...

    Fred,

    LMAO. Thanks but I expect he would not like it, not enough Bing for YouTube.

    ken
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    Michael, Poke all you want :) but if you go...

    Michael,

    Poke all you want :) but if you go back and read what I have posted on work bench builds (I can't imagine putting myself thru that much boredom) you would see I have repeatedly posted...
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    Michael, Yep, I've made a few. Each one is...

    Michael,

    Yep, I've made a few. Each one is usually simpler than the one before and a better bench to work on. I guess you could say I'm a slow learner. I may be nearing the end of bench building...
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    I will say again: Just because you can do...

    I will say again: Just because you can do something doesn't mean you should do something. A workbench is a tool, a means to an end not the end itself. That is if you want to make things other than a...
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    Stew, While I agree, if I were still...

    Stew,

    While I agree, if I were still refurbishing the house the TS would be sitting in the middle of the shop. I hope those days gone and I'm looking up at the rocks before ever doing it again.
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    Michael, You can add me to Will's group. Way...

    Michael,

    You can add me to Will's group. Way too complex and in a short while that complexity would have me barking at the moon. I'm in the KISS school of work benches and about the only thing...
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    +1. I agree along with the OEM chip breaker. ...

    +1. I agree along with the OEM chip breaker.

    ken
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    Jim, Some of us have to pee on the electric...

    Jim,

    Some of us have to pee on the electric fence more than once.

    ken
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    Tony, I can and not necessarily.:D ken

    Tony,

    I can and not necessarily.:D

    ken
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    Mike, Look before you leap :p ken

    Mike,

    Look before you leap :p

    ken
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    Eli, Nope not crazy. ken

    Eli,

    Nope not crazy.

    ken
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    Many Arkansas stones come in 2" wide sizes

    Many Arkansas stones come in 2" wide sizes
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    Richard, Likely dating, the tapered neck...

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    Likely dating, the tapered neck chisels are mid 80"s or newer and the ones with the white washer likely mid 90's. The Ridgeway stamp is from Record.

    ken
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    Andrew, Shows how different folks are, I've a...

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    Shows how different folks are, I've a few LN A2 Chisels that are seldom used and mostly gather dust. On the other hand my Pre-WWII Marple chisels along with the Japanese chisels are daily...
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    Rafael, Pictured are some Marple Chisels:...

    Rafael,

    Pictured are some Marple Chisels: Starting at the bottom and working up is a Pre-WWII firmer chisel with a Carver pattern Box Wood handle. Next up is a Pre-WWII firmer chisel with a London...
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    Mike, As always beautiful work but damn...

    Mike,

    As always beautiful work but damn someone needs to talk to your Brother-in-law :). That is one of the reasons I do not build to request.

    ken
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    Rafael, I doubt the handles are Ash. Most...

    Rafael,

    I doubt the handles are Ash. Most likely Boxwood but again I know little about post WWII Marple chisels.

    ken
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    Richard, The chisels are post WWII chisels. As...

    Richard,

    The chisels are post WWII chisels. As to the quality of the chisels it kinda depends on how post WWII the chisels are. Older Marple chisels can be top quality as they progress in the...
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    Thanks Scott, ken

    Thanks Scott,

    ken
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